One of the Tuesday's eye-catchers will take place in Amsterdam, putting face to face Netherlands and Sweden in the last round of Group A.
Netherlands have no real chance to finish second from a realistic point of view. For that, they need to win by a margin of at least seven goals and it seems to be impossible. The hosts are on the third position in Group A, with 16 points and a 19-12 goal difference. They are three points behind their opponents, but the goal difference could make the difference in the end. The Dutch side have scored 13 goals in the last three home games.
Sweden having nothing to do more than try and avoid and improbable seven goal defeat. They are going to finish second, but they still have a chance to win the group. For that they have to win here, but Belarus have to get a positive result in France as well. The reverse fixture took place last year in September and it was a very well balanced duel. It was a 1-1 draw in Stockholm after Sweden were leading at half time.